(c) Judicial authorities may not order the charitable donation of counterfeit branded items and goods infringing on copyright and neighbouring rights, except that, in appropriate cases, trademark infringements may be given to charities for use outside commercial channels where the removal of the mark removes the hurtful feature of the merchandise and the merchandise is no longer recognizable by the withdrawn mark. Under no circumstances is the mere removal of the illegally affixed mark sufficient to permit the release of goods in commercial channels. 9. Each contracting party provides that its judicial authorities, except in exceptional circumstances, have the power to order, following civil proceedings concerning copyright infringements or violations and infringements, that the party in question receive legal or legal fees and reasonable legal fees from the losing party. In addition, each contracting party provides that its judicial authorities have the authority, at least in exceptional cases, to order, after a civil proceeding for patent infringement, that the losing party prelments reasonable legal fees of the losing party. 9 For the purposes of this paragraph, legal means of identification are a system that allows applicants to provide information on the quality, reputation or other characteristics of the alleged geographical indication. 10. When a separate multilateral agreement enters into force between the parties and an appellate body sets up an appeal body to review arbitration awards established by international commercial or investment tribunals to adjudicate investment disputes, the parties endeavour to reach an agreement to review these appeals bodies. , which are decided in arbitration in accordance with Article 10.26, after the multilateral agreement between the parties enters into force.

8. The contracting parties hereafter establish a working group on customs administration and trade facilitation, which works under the committee and reports to the committee. The task force`s initial capacity-building priorities should focus on the implementation of Chapter 5 (Customs Management and Trade Facilitation) and Section G of Chapter 3 (National Processing and Market Access to Goods) as well as any other priority bases that the Committee will define. 1. Each party grants performers and phonogram producers the rights of this chapter to performers and producers of phonograms of the other party, as well as performances or phonograms that have been published or fixed first in the territory of one party. 15 (ii) the author, artist, manufacturer, developer or distributor of these digital products is a person of the other party or of a non-contracting party or 1. Neither party may issue a new waiver of customs duties or extend the application of an existing waiver to a new recipient. whether the waiver depends explicitly or implicitly on meeting a performance requirement.